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Patricia A. Toth – 3/19/2022

March 21st, 2022

Patricia Ann Toth of Claymont, DE was born to Mary and Earl H. Stant on June 26, 1936 in Chester, PA.  She died peacefully on March 19, 2022. She was adored by her family and surrounded with love.

Patricia attended school at the Immaculate Heart of Mary where she later would be married. She was the May Queen and chosen to cut the ribbon for the opening of the Boothwyn Bridge.

She married Joseph Toth on June 25, 1955.  They raised their children in Linwood, PA with summers spent at the Indian River. Pat and Joe were snow birds and spent their winters in Bradenton, Florida.

Ask anyone who has ever met her, she was a special woman. She put her family above everything. She enjoyed spending time soaking up the sun, playing at the casinos, and having a totti. She spoiled her family with love, gifts and her famous meatballs! She was always laughing and full of surprises.

Pat, Aunt Patty, Mom, Mom-mom, GG, is a one- of- a- kind treasure. Her family will carry on her legacy through many traditions and lessons she has taught them including… “Enjoy yourself, it’s later than you think!”

Along with her parents, she was preceded by her brothers Earl, Dave & Joseph Stant; her husband Joseph Toth; her son, Joseph Toth Jr., and grandchildren Michael and Stacey Doubet.

She is survived by her children, JoAnn Doubet (John), Sandra Smith (Terrence), Sue Maxey (Bob); grandchildren, Chrissie Ollinger (Chip), Sharon O’Connor (Alejandro), Susan Zunino (Jeremy), and Joe Toth; great-grandchildren, Shane, Caden, and Quinn Olinger, Kaylee Toth, Angelo, Theo, and Vivian Zunino, Spencer Doubet (Bailey); great-great-grandchild, Callum Dubet; bother, Bobby (Robert) Stant.

Her funeral service will be held on Monday, March 28th at 1:30pm at the Joseph A. Ward Funeral Home 1459 Market St. Linwood, PA.  Friends and family are invited for visitation from 12-1:30. Burial will be private.

 

 

10 thoughts on “Patricia A. Toth – 3/19/2022

  1. I’ll always remember the good times our families shared down at the beaches. Pat and Joe and my parents became close friends…I always thought of them as family. I’m happy that Patty isn’t suffering and that she is now with those that she love who passed before her. I find comfort in knowing that we have another angel watching over us.

  2. So sorry for your loss. I remember Pat well. She was a lovely person. She and my Mom, Joan Pascale were friends at one time. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

  3. We are so very sorry for your loss. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. It is touching to see how much she meant to her family and obvious that she has made an indelible impression on everyone lucky enough to have met her. Her legacy will live on in you.
    Love,
    Don and Maryanne

  4. You are a very special woman.
    You are missed on the block where you lived.
    I enjoyed our times together in your dining room-talking, laughing, drinking and eating.
    Rest In Peace my dear friend/neighbor.

  5. I’m toasting to you, Gigi- cheers! Thank you for making every one of us feel like your adopted family and reminding us of the meaning of life in appreciating the little things. And, of course, to have more fun and follow your heart because “it’s later than you think”. You are already incredibly missed. Sending all my love and hugs to your family. You are her legacy- make her proud!

  6. I met Pat through her daughter JoAnn Doubet. When she was in Florida at times and meet for coffee and go shop at Bells. She was such a nice person and fun to be around.
    Thanks for letting share in the fun.
    She is going to be missed a great deal.
    Joe and I send our prayers and thoughts to the family.
    My heart is sad

  7. Thoughts of you will fill my Heart Forever. What A Wonderful Person You Are Truly Missed. Love You ❤

  8. Patricia Ann Toth you will be missed by all your love ones. May Our Precious Lord & Savior welcome you to the Heavenly abode will those who went before you, and His almighty host. May your love ones be consoled with comfort & peace until you meet again.

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